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Glad to see others posting positive things about Abaja on here, especially after all the grief he got when his participation was announced. He is a top bloke to boot with being a good rider. The bit that gets me me most is that people bang on about his Dad's firm sponsoring him and that he is only there because of Dad's support. First of all I bet that there are precious few riders who race at a serious level where their family did not make huge sacrifices to enable them to get there. In other words they all did it off Daddies money. Secondly if it was just a case of buying a ride then anyone who believes that is just a fool. Ducati agreed to let them have their bike after he went there and test rode it. He had to prove his ability and worthiness. His telemetry was one of the closest to Stoners that they have seen, so I believe. Thirdly no matter how the bike gets to you, you still have to ride the damn thing and Abaja is doing that brilliantly. He is the youngest rider on the grid an



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